News & Announcements

Senn High School Remote Learning Plan

On Friday, April 17, Governor Pritzker announced that in-person instruction will be suspended for the rest of the school year in Illinois to further slow the spread of COVID-19. Senn High School will continue to use remote learning to support our students so that they can continue to move forward with their education and remain on-pace with their work.
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Chicago Public Schools will remain closed through April 30

This past month has been an unprecedented challenge for all of us. As difficult as it has been to see our normal lives put on pause, we are incredibly proud of our CPS family and how you have moved to protect the health of our city. Today, Governor Pritzker announced that the state-wide mandated school closures will be extended through April 30.
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Updates to our meal distribution plan for spring break and beyond

The health and wellbeing of our students and staff is always our top priority. Since the temporary closure of our schools due to COVID-19, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) has provided 2.8 million grab-and-go meals to families, and we are committed to continue providing these meals during spring break and until CPS schools reopen. To provide our families with the most consistent services while picking up grab-and-go meals during the closure and to better support school staff, food distribution sites will be changing beginning Monday, April 6.
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Free Internet!

ISBE is currently aware of the following program offering free internet access to Illinois families to support learning during the school closures.
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Governor JB Pritzker Issues Stay at Home Order Until April 7, 2020. Chicago Public Schools Remain Closed Until April 21, 2020

Earlier today, Governor Pritzker issued a stay-at-home order starting Saturday, March 21 at 5 p.m. through April 7, 2020, and Mayor Lightfoot ordered all Chicago parks to close at close of business today and libraries to close at 12 p.m. tomorrow to slow the spread of COVID-19. We support the Governor’s decision to prioritize the health and wellbeing of everyone in our state.
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